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What is "Wing Collar" - Definition & Explanation

This is the most formal type of collar, shirts with this are the standard choice for wearing with a tuxedo.
A collar with projections which cover shoulder seams of bodices and doublets.
Also known as stand up collar, this is a formal shirt, usually with a pleated front that has wing-like pointed appendages.
High stiff collar with turned back corners.
A standup collar with downward pointing edges, the most formal choice to pair with a tuxedo jacket. Crosswyck A crossed style in front that fastens with a button or decorative clip.

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